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Automatic Runway Profile Measuring Instrumentation And Runway Properties. Part II: Equipment Trials

Report Number: WADD TR 60-470 Part II
Author: Turner, D. F.
Author: Brown, R. S.
Author: Patton, P. C.
Corporate Author: Midwest Research Institute
Laboratory: Flight Dynamics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1961-10
Pages: 76
Contract: AF 33(616)-6512
Project: 1367
Task: 13451
AD Number: AD0269069

The methods and techniques to efficiently use the runway profile measuring instrumentation have been developed. The computer program has been written and used to reduce profile data taken from several Air Force bases to power spectral density form. A summary of the analytical techniques used and plots of the power spectral density curves and runway profiles are appended to this report.

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